Definition of panful in English:

panful

noun

  • See pan

    • ‘In summer I take home armfuls of wild flowers, filling the house with the scent of Lomond, and in Autumn I collect panfuls of fresh Chanterelle mushrooms and fry them up in olive oil for breakfast.’
    • ‘You could also put a large panful of boiling salted water on to simmer gently so that it will come to the boil quickly at half-time.’
    • ‘The best way to get them out without hurting them is to put a panful of ammonia into the fireplace.’
    • ‘The flowers are also used to flavour cooked fruit and jam, which is achieved by stirring the panful with a spray of flowers until the flavour is judged strong enough.’

Pronunciation

panful

/ˈpanfʊl/